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The Neurotic Paradox, Vol 2
Progress in Understanding and Treating Anxiety and Related Disorders, Volume 22249
This collection of David H. Barlow's key papers are a testimony to the collaborative research that he engendered and directed with associates who now stand with him at the forefront of experimental psychopathology research and in the treatment of anxiety and related disorders. His research on the nature of anxiety and mood disorders resulted in new conceptualizations of etiology and classification. This research led new treatments for anxiety and related emotional disorders, most notably a new transdiagnostic psychological approach that has been positively evaluated and widely accepted. Clinical psychology will benefit from this collection of papers with connecting commentary.
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"The volume is well organized and the focus has significant relevance to the field. This is an excellent idea and the field will greatly appreciate this." - Stefan G. Hofmann, PhD, Boston University "I believe that this book makes a major contribution to the field... The book would be an "evergreen" in that it reviews the historical contribution that Barlow has made. " - Arthur Freeman, PhD, Midwestern University
David H. Barlow, PhD, is Professor and Founder of the Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders at Boston University. He has received numerous awards and has published over 600 articles and chapters and over 75 books and his research has been continuously funded by the National Institutes of Health for over 40 years.
III: Nature, Diagnosis and Etiology of Anxiety and Related Disorders 14.Disorders of emotion. 15. The development of anxiety: the role of control in the early environment 16. A modern learning theory perspective on the etiology of panic disorder. 17. A proposal for a dimensional classification system based on the shared features of the DSM-IV anxiety and mood disorders: Implications for assessment and treatment. 18. The Nature, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Neuroticism Back to the Future. IV: The Ascendance of Evidence-Based Psychological Treatments 19. Health care policy, psychotherapy research, and the future of psychotherapy. 20. The dissemination and implementation of evidence based psychological treatments: a review of current efforts. 21.Direct-to-consumer marketing of evidence-based psychological interventions: Introduction. 22.Evidence-Based Psychological Treatments: An Update and a Way Forward.